Monday, October 12, 2009

Turning Bloggers into Published Writers

I am pleased to share with you that the collection of Inspirational Thoughts and Stories of Bloggers from All Over the World has now been published and is available online. I have one story as part of this collection - so now I can add "published writer" to my Profile page. woot!

The lady behind this “creative work of love” as she puts it, is JenaIsle, a professor from Pampanga, Philippines. In an interview with American writer Holly Jahangiri, Jena speaks of her "frustrations of unpublished work" and then the "joy of being published" and wanting to share this experience with other bloggers and writers.

And now this here is the result - an inspirational book born of an inspirational story.

If you would like to own a copy of this book, you can place your orders here.

ps I can't wait to get my own! 



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13 comments :

  1. Hey, thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving your comments. Really appreciated. Sorry to know that you too are stressed these days..lol;) bty, great blog you have here. And thanks for the achievement. Kudos !!

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  2. Hi Rey, the cover of the book seems more beautiful here....(grins). Thanks for the post and congratulations to you! Yes, you're a published writer already and this anthology is indexed too at the Philippine National Library and sold internationally at ebay . Woot! (first time for me to use this expression, he he he.)

    Bravo!

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  3. Hello, Mr. Published Writer! Oh wait, you're already a writer. Mr. Author it is. ",)

    Congratulations, Jen, for this labor of love.

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  4. Reyjr,

    Your profile page needs to have more pages. Woot! Congratulations! I will deliver your copies. So, you'll treat me for coffee then?

    Z

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  5. I only got one when I mentioned that I was a blogger. They probably thought
    I'd blog about my free coffee. Well, microblog, yes, but did not make a poem
    out of it. LOL

    Z

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  6. What??? Ten? Someone had been using their puppy dog eyes... tsk tsk tsk .

    Z

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  7. Odd, but I can your TweetMeme is inside the Disqus comment box up there? Why is there kaya? Nagtatampo? LOL

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  8. Okay Mr. Golden Retriever! You own that title. ;)

    Z

    For those who are not "in the know" that was meant as a compliment.

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  9. Baka sa browser ko lang. Nagulat nga ako, pero not very much kasi naalala ko
    pa rin pakainin si Ziggy boy. Teka, boy ba siya? Ahehehe

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  10. Hey, your tweetmeme - inilayo mo na sa Disqus comment manhole. Baka nga naman ma -suck. Delikeyds.

    Natawa naman ako sa Adsense mo. It asks, "Are You a Writer?" I bet you know now the answer to that one. ahehehe

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  11. Same here. I don't know why I don't really like cats. I prefer dogs. I guess
    I'm a hound dog!

    Z

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  12. Hey , I'm a dog person too....I'm scared of flurry and "hairy: cats. And their claws...ugh...you can acquire rabies just by being scratched by them, right Doc Z? But dogs are cuddly and yes , they stay loyal and faithful to you- bestbuds...he he he.

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  13. Have you watched As Good as It Gets by Jack Nicholson? That's a lovely
    movie whose hero has OCD. I'm not saying you are though. Ahehehe.

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